History Characters / Clue

7th Feb '17 5:24:50 PM infernape612
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* AlliterativeName- But only in the books: Martin Mustard

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* AlliterativeName- AlliterativeName: But only in the books: Martin MustardMustard.



* AlliterativeName- Wilhelmina White, in the books.

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* AlliterativeName- AlliterativeName: Wilhelmina White, in the books.



* CrossDresser: ''TheSimpsons'' version of the game has Smithers in the role of Mrs. White, dressing him in a maid's outfit.

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* CrossDresser: ''TheSimpsons'' ''WesternAnimation/TheSimpsons'' version of the game has Smithers in the role of Mrs. White, dressing him in a maid's outfit.



* AlliterativeName- In the book series, Gerald Green.
* CorruptCorporateExecutive: US Version

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* AlliterativeName- AlliterativeName: In the book series, Gerald Green.
* CorruptCorporateExecutive: US VersionVersion.



* TheVicar: UK version

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* TheVicar: UK version
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* CorruptCorporateExecutive: Season 1 of the GameShow

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* CorruptCorporateExecutive: Season 1 of the GameShowGameShow.



* BattleButler: [[spoiler:in endings 1 and 2, where he's an undercover FBI agent]].
* TheButlerDidIt: [[spoiler:subverted in the third ending, where he's the blackmailer and a murderer - but also the ''real'' Mr. Boddy rather than a butler. In the deleted fourth ending, he murdered all of the victims out of pure insanity after failing to be the perfect butler and husband.]]

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* BattleButler: [[spoiler:in [[spoiler:In endings 1 and 2, where he's an undercover FBI agent]].
* TheButlerDidIt: [[spoiler:subverted [[spoiler:Subverted in the third ending, where he's the blackmailer and a murderer - but also the ''real'' Mr. Boddy rather than a butler. In the deleted fourth ending, he murdered all of the victims out of pure insanity after failing to be the perfect butler and husband.]]



** [[spoiler: This is actually untrue in ''all'' the endings. While it is revealed in the first two endings that he is working for the FBI, one could assume this story to be completely fictitious, in the third ending, when he is revealed to have been Mr. Boddy all along, it is implied that ''he'' is the one blackmailing his butler over the above-mentioned "crime".]]

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** [[spoiler: This is actually untrue in ''all'' the endings. While it is revealed in the first two endings that he is working for the FBI, one could assume this story to be completely fictitious, while in the third ending, when he is revealed to have been Mr. Boddy all along, it is implied that ''he'' is the one blackmailing his butler over the above-mentioned "crime".]]



* SuddenlyShouting: in one of the movie's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aKOmGhBOJZI most famous scenes]].

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* SuddenlyShouting: in In one of the movie's [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aKOmGhBOJZI most famous scenes]].



The blackmailer and the first [[spoiler:in reality, second]] victim of the night/

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The blackmailer and the first [[spoiler:in reality, second]] victim of the night/
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* PunnyName

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* PunnyName
PunnyName: [[DontExplainTheJoke Mr. "Boddy". It sounds like "body". As in "dead body". Get it?]]
26th Jan '17 11:34:06 AM Puterboy1
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->''Mrs. Peacock was a handsome matron with more than her share of jewels and buxom. She wore one of those dresses that is expensive and tasteful without being in the least fashionable or flattering. And over a fox stole with several of the creatures heads resting on her buxom and their claws digging at their ample waist.''

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->''Mrs. Peacock was a handsome matron with more than her share of jewels and buxom. She wore one of those dresses that is expensive and tasteful without being in the least fashionable or flattering. And over a fox stole with several of the creatures heads resting on her buxom and their claws digging at their her ample waist.''



->''A young man, tall, dapper, slim and splendidly turned out stood nervously at the entranceway of Hill House''

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->''A young man, tall, dapper, slim and splendidly turned out stood nervously at the entranceway of Hill House''House.''
26th Jan '17 11:31:22 AM Puterboy1
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->''Mrs. Peacock was a handsome matron with more than her share of jewels and buxom. She wore one of those dresses that is expensive and tasteful without being in the least fashionable or flattering. And over a fox stole with several of the creatures heads resting on her buxom and their claws digging at their ample waist.''
-->-- Michael McDowell's description of Mrs. Peacock'''
26th Jan '17 10:11:10 AM Puterboy1
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->''A ravishingly beautiful woman dressed in emerald-green.''
-->-- Michael McDowell's description of Miss Scarlett'''



->''A young man, tall, dapper, slim and splendidly turned out stood nervously at the entranceway of Hill House''
-->-- Michael McDowell's description of Mr. Green'''



-->-- Michael McDowell's description of Colonel Mustard'''

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-->-- Michael McDowell's description of Colonel Mustard'''
Mrs. White'''


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->''A man was driving, hunched over the steering wheel, peering out into the blackness.''
-->-- Michael McDowell's description of Professor Plum'''
26th Jan '17 9:55:54 AM Puterboy1
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->''She was beautiful as Desdemona on the night that lady was murdered, pale as Isabella the day she learned her lover was dead and her hair was as black as Judas the morning she struck off the head of a Holofernes. Her eyes were lustrous, her lips as red as if they had been pricked and bled. She was dressed head to heel in black. She held a shiny black pocketbook before her and a tiny corner of stiff, white paper peached through the top.''
-->-- Michael McDowell's description of Colonel Mustard'''



->''The man at the door was 45 years old, perhaps 50 if he had been taken care of himself and it looked as if he had been. He was smartly turned out in a suit of quietly expensive cut material and fit and out in the darkness behind him, the mustard-yellow 1954 Cadillac convertible he'd driven up in was new and rather more obviously expensive than his clothes. In his own element, he was probably hale and hardy and if he had a wife then the perm was probably trampled on psychologically speaking.''

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->''The man at the door was 45 years old, perhaps 50 if he had been taken care of himself and it looked as if he had been. He was smartly turned out in a suit of quietly expensive cut material and fit and out in the darkness behind him, the mustard-yellow 1954 Cadillac convertible he'd driven up in was new and rather more obviously expensive than his clothes. In his own element, he was probably hale and hardy and if he had a wife then the perm prone was probably trampled on psychologically speaking.''
26th Jan '17 9:44:47 AM Puterboy1
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* TheButlerDidIt: [[spoiler:subverted in the third ending, where he's the blackmailer and a murderer - but also the ''real'' Mr. Boddy rather than a butler]].

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* TheButlerDidIt: [[spoiler:subverted in the third ending, where he's the blackmailer and a murderer - but also the ''real'' Mr. Boddy rather than a butler]].butler. In the deleted fourth ending, he murdered all of the victims out of pure insanity after failing to be the perfect butler and husband.]]




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->''The man at the door was 45 years old, perhaps 50 if he had been taken care of himself and it looked as if he had been. He was smartly turned out in a suit of quietly expensive cut material and fit and out in the darkness behind him, the mustard-yellow 1954 Cadillac convertible he'd driven up in was new and rather more obviously expensive than his clothes. In his own element, he was probably hale and hardy and if he had a wife then the perm was probably trampled on psychologically speaking.''
-->-- Michael McDowell's description of Colonel Mustard'''
6th Dec '16 5:13:12 PM QuelleDommage
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** [[spoiler: This is actually untrue in ''all'' the endings. While it is revealed in the first two endings that he is working for the FBI, one could assume this story to be completely fictitious, in the third ending, when he is revealed to have been Mr. Boddy all along, it is implied that ''he'' is the one blackmailing his butler over the above-mentioned "crime".]]
27th Nov '16 5:15:02 AM loserswithwifi
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**BewareTheSillyOnes: If he turns out to be the killer.
2nd Nov '16 2:52:11 PM major-kumquat
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A gay agent of the State Department.

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A gay agent of the closeted State Department.
Department employee.
2nd Nov '16 2:51:03 PM major-kumquat
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* TheButlerDidIt: [[subverted in the third ending, where he's the blackmailer and a murderer - but also the ''real'' Mr. Boddy rather than a butler]].

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* TheButlerDidIt: [[subverted [[spoiler:subverted in the third ending, where he's the blackmailer and a murderer - but also the ''real'' Mr. Boddy rather than a butler]].
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